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NHS IQ - Long Term Conditions Improvement Webinars

Register now for the NHS IQ Long Term Conditions Improvement Programme webinar series. To book your place email catherine.strong@nhsiq.nhs.uk along with the date and title of the webinar you would like to join.

Register now for our Long Term Conditions Improvement Programme webinar series. 

To book your place email catherine.strong@nhsiq.nhs.uk along with the date and title of the webinar you would like to join.

How to make care and support planning a 2-way dynamic Webinar 
Wednesday 1 October 2014 - 13:00 to 13:45
Hosted by Dr Alan Nye & Brook Howell

This webinar session will cover:

  • Have a different conversation
  • Make a partnership approach the "business as usual" for individual /care professional interaction.
  • Hear the views of care professionals who have front-line experience of implementation
  • Know to encourage patients, carers and the public to work alongside (in equal partnership) with clinicians and managers.
  • Understanding the paradigm of shared decision making.

Find out more.

Co-morbidity and cost implications
Wednesday 15 October 2014 - 12:00 to 12:45
Hosted by Dr Umesh Kadam

This webinar session will cover:

  • To investigate multi-morbidity transitions from general practice populations across healthcare interfaces and the associated healthcare costs
  • To explore chronic disease pairing as an indicator within the population level multi-morbidity "severity" as indicated by transitions and costs
  • To investigate identification of multi-morbidity type and linkage of information across healthcare interfaces provides opportunities for targets intervention.

Find out more.

Commissioning for Outcomes
Wednesday 22 October 2014 - 13:00 to 13:45
Hosted by Bob Ricketts

This webinar session will cover:

  • Aligning with shared commissioning ambition
  • Sharing experience and what works
  • Using routine data to measure impact on health outcomes.

Find out more.

- See more at: http://www.nhsiq.nhs.uk/news-events/news/long-term-conditions-improvement-programme-webinar-series.aspx#sthash.38lmJAtJ.dpuf

author: Adam Smith

Written by Adam Smith on Sunday September 28, 2014

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